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Blue Mtn. Brewery, Virginia






Hey there friends, thank you for stopping on by. Glad to have ya here. 

Last Monday 3/16/2014 ...the hubby had the day off from work so we took a country drive in his 1970 Boss Mustang, it was a gorgeous day. A bit windy. We took a suggestion from my Dad to check out the "Blue Mountain Brewery & Restaurant". As you can see the meal we had was so tasty. We got salads (hubby got a veggie salad, I got a Caesar salad with extra tasty croutons!!!) and a white pesto veggie pizza. Just delicious!! We even took some leftovers home. They do have brewery tours on Saturday if you are beer fan. This area of Virginia is just gorgeous. Gorgeous mountain views. The Blue Ridge Parkway. The Skyline Drive. Hiking, Biking, Camping and just enjoying the outdoors. Several wineries, breweries and even a new found love for some hard cider. are you a fan? Beth ( :

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Comments

Mmmmmmmm!! Delicious!! xx
Linda Kay said…
Beth, looks like a great way to spend a day off, just driving out through the countryside. We love doing just that. The food looks really tasty. Not a beer drinker, but would have liked the wine tasting.
TexWisGirl said…
YUM!!! :) thanks, e!
Imagine... eating outdoors again! And green grass! We still have ice and snow. So nice to see your photos.
don said…
That food looks delicious. A fine account of this interesting trip.
Kelly Deal said…
Sounds like fun and looks yummy! How lucky you both are!
EG CameraGirl said…
Sounds delish!
Missy George said…
Looks yummy..Nice view...Have a good week..
Stephanie said…
It looks scrumptious!
Maggid said…
I surely miss my days driving through Virginia . . . one of the many things i like about visiting you - you share all the very best stuff . . .
William Kendall said…
A nice place to have pizza at!
A Quiet Corner said…
Looks like it was a super day for that drive!...:)JP
George said…
We'll have to put this place on our 'visit' list for the next time we get back to that part of Virginia. We're not beer fans, but the meal looks delicious.
MarmePurl said…
Everything along Nelson 151 is wonderful, But Blue Mountain is a Fav of mine. The food at Wild Wolf is pretty amazing too.
Bet that mustang got lots of attention!
Tanya Breese said…
your meal looks good...when we were in nelson county we noticed tons of breweries! we have a newish one that opened real close to our house called the flying squirrel...i've shown them on my blog before...in fact, we were just there on saturday! their only downfall though is they don't serve food.
Tanya Breese said…
your meal looks good...when we were in nelson county we noticed tons of breweries! we have a newish one that opened real close to our house called the flying squirrel...i've shown them on my blog before...in fact, we were just there on saturday! their only downfall though is they don't serve food.
Jeanne said…
Looks like a beautiful day you had for your outing and also a great place to visit!
Cheryl @ TFD said…
Looks like a fun place to visit with a great view. I've never liked beer, but I sure love pizza!
Have a good week!
Looks like your Dad gave you some good advise by the look of the food. Good fences.
What a great view!
Nice sight, pretty fences and yummy food - perfekt :D
Have a beautiful day
【ツ】Knipsa

Marie said…
Looks like a great place to make a stop. Wonderful post!
Karen S. said…
Ha! Ha! I almost missed the fences with all that delicious food! Yummy!!
Carletta said…
I think I want pizza for lunch. :)
That beautiful sky says you had a great drive for a lovely drive and outside dining!
Ida said…
Nice looking fence. That looks like a great place to have a meal and that foood....my mouth is watering.
Lea said…
Looks wonderful!
RedPat said…
That pizza looks very good! Looks like a great area!
Felicia said…
pretty fences and the food looks so yummy.

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